Ladies Vintage Kinzua Bridge Scoop Neck T-Shirt
Within the northcentral wilderness of the Pennsylvania Wilds in the town of Mount Jewett, the Kinzua Viaduct is a feat of engineering some have dubbed the Eighth Wonder of the World because it was the highest railroad viaduct in the world when it was first built in 1882 in just 94 days. After closing to all traffic in 2002 following a thorough inspection, an F1 tornado ripped 11 viaduct towers from their bases in 2003. But from the ruins, a reinvented Kinzua Skywalk rose about 225 feet above the Kinzua Creek valley, and today, visitors from across the world travel to Kinzua Bridge State Park to traverse this marvelous tribute to an innovative and historic endeavor that has survived the test of time and nature. If you want a souvenir of your visit to this incredible park, to pay homage to this historic structure, or to mark your survival of the skywalk's massive height, this is the shirt for you!
This design is also available in adult sweatshirt, short sleeve adult, and youth sizes.
50% polyester, 25% cotton, 25% rayon; scoop neck collar; machine washable; semi-fitted contoured silhouette.
Note: Sizing runs at least one size smaller.
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